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Oct 2, 2012 4:00pm PDT
, sir. >> now here here to explain that, and make a defense for his family, the brother of george zimmerman robert zimmerman. to many americans that's off-putting that he had no regrets. would you take that back if you could? >> i think george--first of all thank you for having me as representative of my entire family but george. george is a profoundly religious person. people who are religious, we grew up in the catholic tradition, they have a--they have a tendency to shy away from taking things back or suggesting other realities other than happened. it's in the religion-- >> i'm not sure every religious person would have reacted that way. do you think how people might have been upset when he saids i don't regret what happened. it's a terrible accident where a kid gets shot for no reason. >> i don't hear the same thing that you hear when i hear my brother talk about that. i hear he doesn't have regrets of how those things played out. george did say that, and you didn't play that, he wishes it would have happened some other way. he wishes there was some other thing he would have d
Sep 24, 2012 10:00pm PDT
there. $25,000 for the defensive coordinator for the broncos. we have seen all of these unions have different issues. i always want to give you a sense of perspective on it. in this case the nfl is a $9 billion industry. the issue with the national football league's referee association is matter of $62,000 per team. really? we're enduring the worst refs of our life because you are worried about $62,000 a team. >> reporter: there are a lot of people in the league that would rather break the union. there's a lot of people don't feel like officiating is an on the field necessarily, it's a commodity. so they don't care bottom line. player safety doesn't matter in this case. >> cenk: so that's really interesting. i love those strong words by steve young. and the national football league player's association is is also getting involved, they say . . . and that is certainly what it looks like by the way as far as fans are concerned. sean spicer tweets out . . . and there are two more fans of the nfl that feel that way. we and ben mankiewicz. ben joining us now. ben, people s
Sep 28, 2012 10:00pm PDT
have a sane defense now, when oil companies are determining where we're going to go to war and stuff like that i don't think it's smart. i don't think any of that stuff a smart. i think it's unworkable for a long, long time. >> cenk: first day in office what will you do? >> i will make war illegal, and pot legal. >> cenk: not such a bad slogan. i have to correct something i said in that interview, the senate voted 90-1. roseanne also has a new back out called "[ inaudible ] from the nut farm." we'll also be talking to other third-party candidates as we go forward. next week rocky anderson and gary johnson will be on the program. when we come back we'll have the elbow of the day on top of mitt romney's head. plus we have the perspective of an american basketball player who went to iran. what was his experience? >> i love black people. >> >> cenk: so often in our media and our political leader they insinuate that iran is crazy. oh my god! if they have nuclear weapons! we are all crazy. >> benjamin netenyahu said yesterday this. >> some people have begun to
Sep 25, 2012 4:00pm PDT
mccain, lindsey graham saying we don't want defense cuts going into place. maybe we can talk about taxes. why? because they're going to do a tiny little trick with attaches and president obama has already said he's going to cut corporate taxes from 35% to 28%. in the end where are they going to get the money? from social security. now even david koch of koch industries is saying: >> why? because he's going to trick you. hey, here's a little tax increase wink wink. now give me your social security money. that is a deal i am not interested in. finally, david axelrod when asked about the social security deal had this interesting response. >> mark, i'll tell you what, when you get elected to the united states senate and sit at that table, we'll have -- this is not the time. we're not going to have that discussion right now. >> why doesn't he want to have that discussion about social security wouldn't it be the easiest thick for a politician to say under no circumstances will we cut social security. 84% of americans agree with that. if you're a progressive democratic you say of course, never
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